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4 things we learned in a wild week for restaurant tech

Tech Check: If you blinked, you may have missed three funding rounds, two acquisitions, a “never-before-seen” new product and a bold executive poaching. Let’s get caught up.

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Amid Ongoing Labor Challenges, Operators Turn To Tech To Optimize The Order Hand-Off Process

It’s not news that restaurant operators are dealing with labor challenges. From staffing shortages to increases in minimum wage, it’s never been more important to have a streamlined, efficient operati...

The company uses AI and historical sales data to adjust restaurants' menu prices in real time.

Restaurant interest in the technology is growing as labor costs rise. Bite said the fundraise will help it meet the demand.

ExpandShare is designed to simplify and digitize restaurant employee training with readymade modules and a mobile app.

Customers would be able to see the commissions that DoorDash, Uber Eats and Grubhub charge to restaurants. Opponents say it would also expose that data to competitors.

Cybersecurity site BleepingComputer.com said the company's virtual machines were encrypted by cyber attackers, resulting in the three-day outage. The report cites unnamed sources and internal emails.

Operators complain of frequent fraud and a cumbersome process for getting their money back from delivery providers. “They make nothing simple for you.”

The small company formerly known as Waitr ended its operations Tuesday. It had been struggling to compete with larger delivery players for years.

Technology firms are consolidating as they look to offer restaurants more features in one box. Here are six deals from Q1.

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